Red Hat Academy is offering an Open Talk Series of 4 interactive sessions to students and instructors of partnered academic institutions throughout 2021/2022 to complement their Red Hat Academy training with broader insights on the IT industry trends and guidelines to succeed in the job market by hand of Red Hat technical experts.
You will get inspired and understand how teams work in an open business culture with open practices and methodologies by hand of our exclusive board of panelists, internationally recognized advocates of Red Hat.
According to a recent IDC study (December 2020):
Employees with Red Hat training apply knowledge about new technologies much better, work more efficiently and effectively, onboard faster, and are regarded as higher-performing employees. This is important both for development teams that can deliver new software and features faster and for other IT teams responsible for delivering IT services to support business operations. *
Source: *IDC Study
The 4 sessions below are consecutive and will be delivered throughout 2021/2022.
We encourage you to attend each of the sessions to better understand the concepts and the flow of discussions.
NOTE: Join our live chat and get answers to your questions by our speaker board through the Learning Community space.
This space includes a dedicated post for each episode where you can drop your comments!
1pm - 2:45pm (CET)
Own your career success path by learning about leadership skills by Shabnoor Shah, Open Leadership Global Lead & Coach
"If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader" – John Quincy Adams
In this session, using the open leadership model, we'll explore the differences between "Manager" and "Leader," take quick dive into aspects of leadership, share a few tips on how you can hone into your personal leadership capabilities as a student and conclude by inviting you to create a simple leadership development plan to help you develop your leadership skills regularly.
The Red Hat Academy student ambassador role by Sandra Moldoveanu and RHA students
Get to know first hand by RHA students across Europe what is their experience being RHA student ambassadors and what does it mean to take this leadership role connecting their university to the IT industry.
Learn how to succeed when entering the job market by Diana Beju and Patrik Sulek, Red Hat EMEA Graduate Program and Mohamed Zaher, Red Hat Training Solution Architect
In this session, we'll cover what to expect when you start looking for your first job in IT, talk about highly required skills companies are looking for in graduates and how Red Hat can help you obtain them, explore the best practices when writing a resume and what helps it stand out, and give you some tips on how to prepare for a successful interview, what questions to expect and how to answer them!
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